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glasskanvas
27-05-2008, 02:06 PM
I posted a thread last week about needing some tutorials for my new website, I got a great response so i'm wondering could ask if any lampworkers out there are willng to submit tutorials to the new site-again with healthy returns links etc. PM for info!

incywincy
27-05-2008, 03:17 PM
Try contacting Kate at http://www.perfectlygorgeous.com/ - Just say I sent you. x

Bumpy Beads
29-05-2008, 08:35 PM
I posted a thread last week about needing some tutorials for my new website, I got a great response so i'm wondering could ask if any lampworkers out there are willng to submit tutorials to the new site-again with healthy returns links etc. PM for info!

There are lots and lots of lampwork tutorials "out there". I think the challenge is finding something new that hasn't already been done. One day, if I ever come up with a new technique that no-one else has discovered, I'll write a tutorial. Hmm, got me thinking now!

glasskanvas
29-05-2008, 09:30 PM
There are lots and lots of lampwork tutorials "out there". I think the challenge is finding something new that hasn't already been done. One day, if I ever come up with a new technique that no-one else has discovered, I'll write a tutorial. Hmm, got me thinking now!

True, I've seen quite a few but I want to set them up so the author get the credit, links and traffic etc. I don't just want plagarised work as it's outside my field of knowledge. That's kind of the antithesis of why I set the site up in the first place...Plus, I'm not sure every tutorial should be about brand new techniques because everyone has a different level of knowledge so even basic tutorials i'd be happy with.

Bumpy Beads
29-05-2008, 09:50 PM
True, I've seen quite a few but I want to set them up so the author get the credit, links and traffic etc. I don't just want plagarised work as it's outside my field of knowledge. That's kind of the antithesis of why I set the site up in the first place...Plus, I'm not sure every tutorial should be about brand new techniques because everyone has a different level of knowledge so even basic tutorials i'd be happy with.

Oh my, I wasn't suggesting that they are "out there" to link to or plagiarise. I was just commenting that there are some great ones in existence, nothing more.

glasskanvas
29-05-2008, 10:00 PM
Sorry i've just read that back and that came out snotty and it wasn't at all meant like that. It's just that I want the site to be about sharing knowledge and raising the profile of it's contributers- There's quite a few sites out there were infomation is just taken verbatum, and I think that's just plain rude!

Bumpy Beads
29-05-2008, 10:05 PM
No problem, it's one of the down sides of the written, as opposed to spoken word. ;)